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Come and enjoy the Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch! We love having the opportunity to open our farm to our Clark County neighbors and friends.

Our bale pyramid is filled with tunnels to crawl through and places to hide.

Our Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival is meant to celebrate the annual harvest and our farm’s rural heritage. We encourage everyone to come and experience a day on the farm.

Opening Weekend will be Saturday, September 30th, 2017 and Sunday, October 1st, 2017.

After our Opening Weekend, Harvest Festival & Pumpkin Patch admission will be open to the public Fridays 2pm – 5:30 pm (Closed at 6:00 PM), Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5:30 pm (Closed at 6:00 PM),  every weekend in October.  

Admission is $10.00 per person, 2 years & under are free!  Seniors (62 & older) – $8.00 per person.  

CORN MAZE – No backpacks will be allowed in the Corn Maze – There has been too much garbage carried in and left in the maze (glass, etc.) that is hazardous for those wanting to enjoy the maze.  Thank you!

If you are really up for a challenge, the Nighttime Corn Maze will be open Friday and Saturday nights from 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm after the Pumpkin Patch closes and you can do the Corn Maze in the dark by itself for a   $ 5.00 admission.    (Yes, your daytime Pumpkin Patch admission includes the Corn Maze even after the Pumpkin Patch closes.  If you leave and plan on re-entering to do the Corn Maze, be sure to get your hand stamped before you leave!)  Backpacks will not be allowed in the Corn Maze – there has been too much garbage left in the maze (glass, etc.)    Be sure to bring a flashlight!

Your entrance to the Pumpkin Patch includes:

  • One free pumpkin, any size you can carry from the Pumpkin Patch!

    Fred Taylor and his 1948 Farmall M. Modern machinery from a time when anything was better than a horse.

  • Admission to the corn maze
  • Admission to the farm animals
  • Children’s activities such as:
    • Bale Maze
    • Corn play area
    • Bale Pyramid
    • Pedal tractor driving
    • Calf roping station. Find your child’s inner cowboy!
    • Farm Animals
    • Two shots on the Pumpkin Launchers
  • Live music (Saturdays and Sundays)
  • One free hot drink per admission: coffee, spiced cider or hot chocolate
  • Wagon ride to and from the Pumpkin Patch to find your “Perfect Pumpkin”.
  • Corn shelling and grinding station
  • Free apple cider sampling

Also available at the pumpkin patch for an additional fee:

  • Pony rides
  • Face Painting
  • Food and drink
  • Fresh kettle corn and caramel corn
  • Fresh made cotton candy

Dogs are allowed on a short leash only  – Long traveling leashes will not be allowed as a leash (I’m sorry, too many people have broken the rules and let the leashes out where it is a danger that someone could trip and the dog is beyond your immediate control.)

(*NOTE* Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival is CLOSED weekdays except for organized daycare/school groups with the Bale Maze, Farm Animals, Bale Pyramid, Hayride & Pumpkin for each child.  Please call  (360) 574-9119 for a group reservation.   (Minimum group size is 15.)

Bill and Peggy would like to thank the following groups and people for their assistance in 2015 or past years:

There’s nothing better than seven acres of corn maze fun!

  • Prairie High School Jr. ROTC
  • Washington Illusion Tournament Softball
  • East West Vancouver Martial Arts
  • Our friends Tony and Valerie Sha, Fred & Vickie Taylor, Dave Davis, Morry Stamp, Rob and Darlene Miller, Marvin Anderson, Wayne, Sherrie and Patrick Longfield, Doug and Michael Findlay, Cliff, Boston, and McKenzie Clark.